Any electronic device like mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and computers with a good internet connection.
This course is open for the medical professional, certified fitness or yoga trainers, nutritionist - B.Sc / M.Sc Food & Nutrition, or home science.
What will you get?
- Upskilling opportunity
- Confidence to plan the nutrition for yourself and for your family
In Ayurveda, it is said that components & functioning of nature is similar to our body components and its functions. Pancha Mahabhuta theory states that everything in the physical creation is composed of these 5 elements. The very first element that comes to existence is akash (Ether). It is the most expansive and least concrete of all. The next element derived is Vayu (Air) then comes Agni (Fire), then Jala (water) element is formed and lastly Prithvi (earth) element is formed.
The science of understanding our nature or our constitution is the science of Tridosha. Tridosha defines the three fundamental energies or principles which govern the function of our bodies on the physical and emotional level. The three energies are known as vata, pitta, and kapha. This chapter explains about the characteristics and qualities of each prakriti. This also includes all the specific health ailments that can occur in aggravated form of any dosha.
The concept of Prakriti analysis makes Ayurveda unique from all other medicinal systems. This is the basis on which Ayurveda works and herbs are given. Each body type has a set of characteristics and possible health ailments if aggravated. A set of questions are made and asked so as to know about the prakriti of a person. It explains in detail the three prakritis and their combinations.
One of the primary characteristics of an Ayurvedic diet is that you eat according to your dominant constitutional type or dosha. You can think of your dosha as your most prominent energy. There are three different Ayurvedic doshas that derive from five different elements: space, air, fire, water, and earth. Each element provides different qualities or attributes. Those who practice an Ayurvedic lifestyle believe that each of us embodies all three doshas. Your prominent dosha will determine your eating style.
The Sanskrit word Dinacharya is defined as "the daily routine", it helps to establish balance in one's constitution. It also regularizes a person's biological clock, aids digestion, absorption and assimilation and generates discipline. This chapter illustrates each and every detail of the regimen and what are the reasons behind it according to ayurveda. Ayurveda contends that routines help establish balance and that understanding daily cycles are useful for promoting health.
In the modern times there are hundreds of fasting methods or ways that are talked about. Some benefit the body whereas others might harm the body in some way. Ayurveda recognizes the uniqueness of each individual, there are tools we can use to help us choose what will be most beneficial for us at any given time. Ayurveda has a long tradition of utilizing fasting as a vital practice for maintaining and regaining health. In our society, fasting is often viewed as a type of denial or deprivation, but you can instead choose to see fasting as a gift to yourself, a much needed rest from the constant barrage of foods and experiences that you take into your body. Welcome to the Ayurvedic approach to fasting!
The nowadays trendy - alkaline diet is based on a theory that some foods cause your body to produce acid, which is harmful. The hope is that by eating certain foods or drinking certain kinds of beverages, you can change the body's acid level, also called its pH levels. Learning about this diet can help prevent a number of illnesses in the body for specific individuals.
Gluten-sensitive enteropathy, more commonly called celiac disease, is an autoimmune inflammatory disease of the small intestine that is precipitated by the ingestion of gluten, a component of wheat protein, in genetically susceptible persons. This chapter deals with the causes, symptoms, outcomes, and solutions (both diet and herbs based) for the Gluten Enteropathy.
This is one of the most common disorders prevailing nowadays. Lactose intolerance occurs when your small intestine doesn't produce enough of an enzyme (lactase) to digest milk sugar (lactose). Here in this chapter one can learn about the digestion of milk, how it takes place in the body, what deficiency causes lactose intolerance, and how to recognise it. It also tells about the alternatives one can use in this scenario.
According to Ancient Ayurveda, food should be treated as medicine and wrong combinations of it can lead to various health complications. This takes into account specific prakriti or dosha and the do's and don'ts for each. If food combinations are taken care of, then we can avoid many illnesses and digestive issues which nowadays require a lot of medicinal care. This chapter provides an insight to all the wrong combinations of foods that are not supposed to be eaten together.
This chapter illustrates the pros and cons, benefits, origin, principles used and effects on health of both the Modern Nutrition and Ayurvedic Nutrition. It is interesting and Important to know both sides of the world and how they work.
This proves to be a fun and knowledge test when you have covered all the essential aspects of this course. It helps you work and think independently. Designing a diet for your family and yourself gives a person a different kind of boost in this modern era.
The Ayurvedic course on Kitchen Pharmacy will emphasize how to utilize fresh food, herbs and spices from your own kitchen and turn them into effective healing remedies. Let the food you eat protect yourself. This chapter highlights how to transform your kitchen into a pharmacy!!
Ayurveda deals with all the health ailments according to the tridoshas. It provides basic knowledge and the way to deal with it in a natural way. PCOS and Hypothyroid are very basic and common health conditions occurring nowadays which the major part of the world is dealing with. Knowing a handy natural way to deal with them works great.
Given the tough times we are living in, it has never been so crucial to build a strong immunity for our body to function effectively and be in tune with nature. This means that stronger immunity, better the body’s chance of harmonizing with nature and the possibility of infecting with viruses and suffering from disorders is also reduced. A weak immunity calls for diseases and infections. This chapter provides daily routine and diet and herbs regimen to increase your immunity.
Dr Shikha Nehru Sharma
Dr Shikha Sharma, a TEDx speaker is a well-known name in the preventive healthcare sector is a medical doctor by training from Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi. She had a weekly column for 11 years in The National Newspaper, HT BRUNCH. She is the Ex-Board member - Delhi University Colleges. She regularly appears on television and is quoted by leading newspapers. She has delivered lectures to the students of top engineering and management colleges like IIT Bombay, IIT Rookie, IIT Jodhpur, IIT Patna, NDIM, IMI Delhi, etc.
Doctor of Nutriwel Health India
Qualified and experienced BAMS Ayurveda Doctors with a rich experience of over 12 years in clinical practice. Experts in managing health conditions through natural plant based herbs and nutrition.
Nutritionist of Nutriwel Health India
Trainers are Post graduates in Food & Nutrition with a rich experience of over 10 years in clinical practice. Directly counseling the clients and delivering results for weight management and medical issues have helped them bring insights which are difficult to find in a single book.
Vedique Nutrition Foundation Course opens the doors to a range of career prospects such as:
- Health Coach
- Wellness Coach
Yes it covers the concept of prakriti, tridoshas, diet according to ayurveda and different techniques of ayurveda in much detail. Herbs related to different lifestyle issues.
Yes you will able to suggest dietary modification and suggest this to someone. With the concept of Prakriti and its impact on the body you understand different types of diets and incompatible food combinations.
Yes you will be given 1 class in which you will have to create the diet plan for 5 days and the trainer will share her feedback.